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Venter dismisses Sulston as "petty" (BMN News)

  February, 6 2002 16:47
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Simmering resentment over the very public battle last year between the two factions vying to complete sequencing of the human genome, one privately financed and the other publicly funded, resurfaced today with Craig Venter, protagonist of the private initiative, dismissing John Sulston, one of the champions of the public effort, as "petty."

Full news story can be found in BMN News, Feb 5, 2002.

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